SB 810: Prohibited Governmental Transactions Involving Certain Companies and Products
GENERAL BILL by Gruters
Prohibited Governmental Transactions Involving Certain Companies and Products; Prohibiting a state agency or a local governmental entity from purchasing any products that were produced, or that contain a specified percentage of parts that were produced, in China; providing that a contract for the purchase of products by a state agency or a local governmental entity must include a provision authorizing the termination of such contract in certain circumstances; prohibiting a state agency or a local governmental entity from purchasing any product made or sold or service provided by certain technology companies, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 Senate - Died in Commerce and Tourism
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Commerce and Tourism (CM)
- Governmental Oversight and Accountability (GO)
- Community Affairs (CA)
- Appropriations (AP)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Community Affairs; Appropriations; Rules -SJ 95
• Introduced -SJ 95
• Died in Commerce and Tourism
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